DROOR’NGS | Kes Richardson

FOLD is pleased to present DROOR’NGS a solo show by Kes Richardson.

For his third solo show with the gallery Richardson presents a selection of recent paintings that range in scale from domestic to monumental.

Jamie Barnes

Printmaker Jamie Barnes is inspired by his explorations of coastal paths around Wales, Northumberland, Cumbria and Scotland.

A curious set of accompanying sea structures started to appear in Jamie’s work, not only the obvious lighthouses but also the more unusual, such as orientation beacons, transmitters and glowering power stations.

NOBUKO TSUCHIYA: 30 Ways to Go to the Moon

This is the first solo exhibition in Wales by Japanese artist Nobuko Tsuchiya. 

Working primarily with sculpture, Tsuchiya’s practice combines a wide range of materials, often including household objects, collected over time, which she assembles and casts to create amorphous, hybrid minimalist mechanical objects. Presented across the gallery floor, the works enter into dialogue with one another creating arresting and poetic installations. 

CHIARA CAMONI: About this and that. The self and the other. Like everything.

Featuring new and recent works, this new solo exhibition by artist Chiara Camoni includes a collaborative site-specific work created for MOSTYN. 

ANJ SMITH

 

We are pleased to present the first solo exhibition in a UK institution by British artist Anj Smith. 

Something That Isn't | Benjamin Cohen

FOLD is pleased to present Something that isn’t a solo show by Benjamin Cohen – his first with the gallery.

Through experimentation with expanded notions of sculpture, painting, film and time- based media, as well as a continuous engagement in collaborative practices; Benjamin Cohen’s work consists of objects, films, photographs, sound and ‘structures’ which explore notions of architecture, topography, memory and ‘display’.

Piecing it Together Exhibition

'Piecing it Together' exhibition showcases four emmerging artisits work. Ink drawings, painted portraits, photography and ceramics.

 

 

 

AS IT IS: Man’s footprint on the Welsh landscape: Exhibition opening event, film screening, artist talk

Photographs by Magnum photographer David Hurn, accompanied by a film about the artist by Zed Nelson

Join us in our new 'Meeting Gallery' for the official exhibition opening and film screening  on Wednesday 16 October at 6.30pm

Including

  • Welcome and Drinks Reception
  • Screening of Zed Nelson’s film with introduction by MOSTYN Director, Alfredo Cramerotti
  • Followed by a talk and Q & A with Zed Nelson 

The exhibition and film screening are made possible thanks to the support of the Borzello Trust.

Edeifion Indïaidd / Indian Threads

‘Weaving is the work of the heart and the mind, not only the hand.’ Champa Siju, artisan.

EPISODE 3: COREY HAYMAN Plastic Sounds of Dark Matter

“…possessing a black body through which history and fiction coexist…’*

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